Park Hotel Roma Cassia
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... since their parents dropped all morals and biblical teaching; now they needed and want it. They are looking everywhere--Buddhism, Hinduism, etc. They need to be able to study the truth. They are the #1 nation for online studies and we need to get the courses available to them."
That is why we travel. That is why we hold the conferences. At the Directors and Emmaus workers share with each other what is working and what isn't, they ...
... or they were buried by time and forgotten.
The Palatine was a little easier to figure out because there were ruins of large buildings and it possible to figure out where you were on the map. For example, The Circus Maxiums (2000 feet by 400 feet) runs along the base of the Palatine Hill It is now an empty field. The Circus was used for Roman chariot races, which were among the greatest spectacles (Remember Ben Hur).
We enjoyed seeing the ruins, ...
... nap followed.
We woke up, re-grouped and headed out to explore the neighbourhood around our hotel. We found a lovely street cafe where were entertained by a violinist playing the GodFather theme (No kidding!!) which was a bit of an improvement over the accordion players we have encountered so far; a salesman laden in necklaces, bracelets etc. and of course the flower man guilt tripping the men and the ladies shooing them off to ...
I woke up at 7.30am, showered, dressed, then went to breakfast. In this hostel you got a tray of food, toast and cereal if you wanted, there was also fruits as well. It was well done. After
eating i went back to the room and got ready for the day. I used the WiFi and then left for the day. Today i was doing a bus tour that went to Hadrian's villa and to a medieval palace. I walked from the hostel to the tour meeting point via walking through ...
... it rains, it rains in the Pantheon too, that would be a sight to see.
Whilst here into some of my group, whom I joined for dinner in the square where the Pantheon sat.
It was a beautiful evening, sitting near a heater, looking out at this beautiful building, and listening to a busker playing acoustic rock music.
At the conclusion of dinner I waved goodbye to my friends and wandered through the city to the Piazza Navona, where there ...